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lt4211 Gobi Broadband driver issue

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Z Book 17 G2
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)

Brand new HP Z Book 17 G@. It has the embedded 4211 GOBI LTE broadband device installed. (Verified by removing the cover and looking at the label pasted on laptop.

 

The SIM was working in another laptop with no issues. SIM/IMEI was provided to Verizon and verified configured properly in the network.

 

HP connection manager shows  broadband wireless connects to the Verizon network on the first try but there is no data connectivity. Unable to connect to anything with a browser. This is done without the laptop connected to any network. The laptop works perfectly on WiFi LAN and Wired LAN connections though.

 

The HP connection manager show NOTHING in the "Mobile Broadband" tab which seems to indicate the HP connection manager is not talking to the GOBI properly even though it connects to the Verizon network.

 

The lastest 4211 driver on the website appears to have issues during installation as it states "unsuccesfully installed" several times.

 

HP, what is the issue here ? Brand new laptop, working SIM card, Wireless Broadband connectivity is no functional !!!!!!!!

 

 

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